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Selecting all tagged people

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Dec 19, 2022 Dec 19, 2022

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Hello all,

I have over 60K images. I want to create a selection for export that includes only people which are already tagged. This would exclude any landscapes or people I have not tagged. Is there an easy way to do this.

 

Appreciate the help.

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When you add a name to a face, it also adds a Person keyword of that name. So you can find all photos with faces assigned names by searching for photos with Person keywords.

 

Method 1:

 

If you set the option to create all those Person keywords under a parent keyword (e.g. People), then hover the mouse over that keyword in the Keyword List and click the right-arrow that magically appears to the right of it.  That will display just the photos that have a Person keyword.

 

If all your Person keywords are top-level keywords, then you can place them under a parent keyword with just a minutes of effort.   First, create the keyword "_People", checking the Person attribute box for that keyword.

 

Then, in the Filter Keyword box at the top of the Keyword List panel, click the magnifying glass and select People, causing just Person keywords to be displayed:

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Click the first keyword after _People, then scroll down and shift-click the last keyword displayed, and then drag all the selected keywords onto _People.  

 

Finally, rename _People if you wish.

 

Method 2:

 

Use the Any Filter plugin to find all photos that have a Person keyword assigned:

 

johnrellis_1-1671500882394.png

 

 

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